The Air Jordan 7 Retro J2K Pack was released in August 2012, which included two color options one in Obsidian and the other in Filbert.
Jordan Brand nods to Nike’s “Trash Talk” program with this pack, which focuses on recycle scrap material found on the cutting room floor, essentially manufacturing 100% wearable sneakers while minimizing waste. Which is why these Air Jordan 7s came comprised of a triangular patchwork of materials to go along with Nike’s “Trash Talk” releases at the time.
Highlighted with its patchwork design, here is a look at a never-before-seen Air Jordan 7 Patchwork Sample. This Air Jordan 7 features a blend of Black and Blue tones throughout its upper highlighted with Purple laces, Tan trimming and a Red back pull tab. A mix of White and Tan completes the design seen on its runner sole.
It doesn’t look like Jordan Brand will be releasing this Air Jordan 7 Patchwork Sample anytime soon, but for those that were a fan of the J2K Pack, would you like to see more releases with this pattern in the near future?